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[Industry News] Intel, Ericsson, and Samsung make concerted efforts to accelerate network transformation in the 5G era
Everyone knows that entering the 5G era, because multiple connections and diversified services have placed unprecedented demands on network agility, flexibility, and scalability, network transformation to virtualization and cloudification is an inevitable trend. Almost no one doubts that the era of
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[Blog] What do You Need to Know Buying A New TV?
This article explains some of the terms we need to buy a TV or computer monitor, helping us make judgments and choices when buying.
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[Blog] What's the Difference between a Hub and a Switch?
This article describes the difference between a hub and a switch.
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[Blog] Stream video from phones to your TV
This article introduces some methods about streaming video from phones to TV.
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[Blog] What is a Fiber Optic Cable?
This article mainly introduces what is the fiber optic cable.
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[Blog] What Are The Common Internet Service Providers?
The article mainly talks about the common Internet Service Providers.
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[Knowledge] The Features Of Fiber Optic Adapters
This article mainly talks about the features of the common accessories -- fiber adapters.
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The article mainly discuss the manufacturing technology of optical fibers.
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[Knowledge] How To Protect Fiber Optic Network
The article mainly discuss how to protect the fiber optic network.
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[Knowledge] Understanding Optical Loss in Fiber Networks And How To Tackle It
Optical fiber is a fantastic medium for propagating light signals, and it rarely needs amplification in contrast to copper cables. High-quality single mode fiber will often exhibit attenuation (loss of power) as low as 0.1dB per kilometer. Power or strength of the signal, will always be higher at th
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